What Happens After the Well

The introduction to an upcoming book

“the way to the old well” by Romtomtom is licensed under CC BY 2.0

In John 4, Jesus has an encounter with an unnamed woman simply known as a Samaritan woman. In church-ese, we commonly call her “The Woman at the Well.” If you’ve not heard or read this story, you can read it below, in John 4:7–30 (NASB)

A woman of Samaria *came to draw water. Jesus said to her, “Give Me a drink. For His disciples

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The downhill trip is more fun than the uphill. A 50+ year old mother, wife, nerd, musician and writer. Follow me at https:www.laurienaveauthor.com

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Laurie Livingston Nave

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The downhill trip is more fun than the uphill. A 50+ year old mother, wife, nerd, musician and writer. Follow me at https:www.laurienaveauthor.com

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